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range

 (rānj)
n.
1.
a. A number or grouping of things in the same category or within specified limits: offers a range of financial services; jobs at different pay ranges.
b. An amount or extent of variation: a wide price range; the range of genetic diversity.
c. Music The gamut of tones that a voice or instrument is capable of producing. Also called compass.
d. A class, rank, or order: the lower ranges of society.
2.
a. Extent of perception, knowledge, experience, or ability: Calculus is simply out of my range.
b. The area or sphere in which an activity takes place: beyond the range of the court's jurisdiction.
3.
a. The maximum extent or distance limiting operation, action, or effectiveness, as of a sound, radio signal, instrument, firearm, or aircraft: the limited range of the telescope; out of range of their guns; within hearing range.
b. The maximum distance that can be covered by a vehicle with a specified payload before its fuel supply is exhausted.
c. The distance between a projectile weapon and its target.
4.
a. A place equipped for practice in shooting at targets.
b. A testing area at which rockets and missiles are launched and tracked.
c. A place or business where golf shots can be practiced.
5. An extensive area of open land on which livestock wander and graze.
6. The geographic region in which a plant, animal, or other organism normally lives or grows.
7. The opportunity or freedom to wander or explore: We had free range of the campus.
8.
a. Mathematics The set of all values a given function may take on.
b. Statistics The difference or interval between the smallest and largest values in a frequency distribution or a set of data.
9. A group or series of things extending in a line or row, especially a row or chain of mountains.
10. One of a series of double-faced bookcases in a library stack room.
11. A north-south strip of townships, each six miles square, numbered east and west from a specified meridian in a US public land survey.
12. A stove with spaces for cooking a number of things at the same time.
v. ranged, rang·ing, rang·es
v.intr.
1. To vary within specified limits: sizes that range from small to extra large.
2. To extend in a particular direction: a river that ranges to the east.
3. To cover or have application to a number of things: Their conversation ranged over the major issues of the day. Her responsibilities range across all aspects of the negotiations.
4.
a. To move through, along, or around in an area or region: Raiders ranged up and down the coast.
b. To wander freely; roam: allowed the animals to range freely.
5. To look over something or around an area or place: The teacher's eyes ranged over the class.
6. To live or grow within a particular region: "Some animals and plants range over a large portion of the world, yet retain the same character" (Charles Darwin).
v.tr.
1. To arrange or dispose in a particular order, especially in rows or lines: "In the front seats of the galleries were ranged the ladies of the court" (Carolly Erickson).
2. To assign to a particular category; classify: Her works are often ranged under the headings Mystery and Science Fiction.
3. To move through or along or around in (an area or region): The scouts ranged the mountain forests. The patrol boat ranged the coast.
4. To look over or throughout (something): His eyes ranged the room, looking for the letter.
5. To turn (livestock) onto an extensive area of open land for grazing.
6.
a. To align (a gun, for example) with a target.
b. To determine the distance of (a target).
c. To be capable of reaching (a maximum distance).
7. Nautical To uncoil (an anchor cable) on deck so the anchor may descend easily.

[Middle English, row, rank, from Old French, from earlier, renge, from rengier, to put in a row, from renc, reng, row, of Germanic origin; see sker- in Indo-European roots.]
Synonyms: range, ambit, compass, orbit, purview, reach, scope, sweep
These nouns denote an area within which something acts, operates, or has power or control: the range of the book's subject; the ambit of municipal legislation; information within the compass of the article; countries within the political orbit of a world power; regulations under the government's purview; outside the reach of the law; issues within the scope of an investigation; outside the sweep of federal authority. See Also Synonyms at wander.

range

(reɪndʒ)
n
1. the limits within which a person or thing can function effectively: the range of vision.
2. the limits within which any fluctuation takes place: a range of values.
3. (Commerce) the total products of a manufacturer, designer, or stockist: the new autumn range.
4. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery)
a. the maximum effective distance of a projectile fired from a weapon
b. the distance between a target and a weapon
5. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) an area set aside for shooting practice or rocket testing
6. the total distance which a ship, aircraft, or land vehicle is capable of covering without taking on fresh fuel: the range of this car is about 160 miles.
7. (General Physics) physics the distance that a particle of ionizing radiation, such as an electron or proton, can travel through a given medium, esp air, before ceasing to cause ionization
8. (Mathematics) maths logic
a. (of a function) the set of values that the function takes for all possible arguments. Compare domain7a
b. (of a variable) the set of values that a variable can take
c. (of a quantifier) the set of values that the variable bound by the quantifier can take
9. (Logic) maths logic
a. (of a function) the set of values that the function takes for all possible arguments. Compare domain7a
b. (of a variable) the set of values that a variable can take
c. (of a quantifier) the set of values that the variable bound by the quantifier can take
10. (Statistics) statistics a measure of dispersion obtained by subtracting the smallest from the largest sample values
11. (Music, other) the extent of pitch difference between the highest and lowest notes of a voice, instrument, etc
12. (Agriculture)
a. an extensive tract of open land on which livestock can graze
b. (as modifier): range cattle.
13. (Biology) the geographical region in which a species of plant or animal normally grows or lives
14. a rank, row, or series of items
15. (Physical Geography) a series or chain of mountains
16. (Cookery) a large stove with burners and one or more ovens, usually heated by solid fuel
17. the act or process of ranging
18. (Nautical Terms) nautical a line of sight taken from the sea along two or more navigational aids that mark a navigable channel
19. (Surveying) the extension or direction of a survey line, established by marking two or more points
20. (Library Science & Bibliography) a double-faced bookcase, as in a library
21. (Philosophy) range of significance philosophy logic the set of subjects for which a given predicate is intelligible
vb
22. to establish or be situated in a line, row, or series
23. (foll by: with) to put into a specific category; classify: she ranges herself with the angels.
24. (foll by on) to aim or point (a telescope, gun, etc) or (of a gun, telescope, etc) to be pointed or aimed
25. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) to establish the distance of (a target) from (a weapon)
26. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) (intr) (of a gun or missile) to have a specified range
27. (when: intr, foll by over) to traverse (an area); roam (over)
28. (Biology) (foll by: over) (of an animal or plant) to live or grow in its normal habitat
29. (Agriculture) (tr) to put (cattle) to graze on a range
30. (intr) to fluctuate within specific limits: their ages range from 18 to 21.
31. (intr) to extend or run in a specific direction
32. (Nautical Terms) (tr) nautical to coil (an anchor rope or chain) so that it will pay out smoothly
33. (Nautical Terms) (intr) nautical (of a vessel) to swing back and forth while at anchor
34. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (tr) to make (lines of printers' type) level or even at the margin
[C13: from Old French: row, from ranger to position, from renc line]

range

(reɪndʒ)

n., adj., v. ranged, rang•ing. n.
1. the extent to which or the limits between which variation is possible: the range of steel prices.
2. the extent or scope of something: one's range of vision.
3. the distance to which a projectile may be sent by a weapon.
4. the distance of the target from the weapon.
5. an area equipped with targets for practice in shooting: a rifle range.
6. an area used for flight-testing missiles.
7. the distance of something from the point of operation, as in sound ranging.
8. the distance that can be covered by an aircraft, ship, etc., carrying a normal load without refueling.
9. the difference between the largest and smallest values in a statistical distribution.
10. a continuous course of masonry of the same height from end to end.
11.
a. the horizontal direction or extension of a survey line established by two or more marked points.
b. one of a series of divisions of tracts of public land numbered east and west from the principal meridian of a survey and consisting of a tier of townships.
12. (in navigation) a line established by markers or lights on shore for the location of soundings.
13. a rank, class, or order.
14. a row, line, or series, as of persons or things.
15. the act of moving around, as over an area or region.
16. Also called rangeland. an area or tract that is or may be ranged over, esp. an open region for the grazing of livestock.
17. the region over which a population or species is distributed: the range of the Baltimore oriole.
18. Math. the set of all values attained by a given function throughout its domain.
19. a chain of mountains forming a single system: the Cascade Range.
20. a large cooking stove having burners on the top surface and containing one or more ovens.
adj.
21. working or grazing on a range.
v.t.
22. to draw up or arrange (persons or things) in rows or lines or in a specific position.
23. to place in a particular class; classify.
24. to make straight, level, or even, as lines of type.
25. to pass over or through (an area or region), as in exploring.
26. to pasture (cattle) on a range.
27. to direct or train, as a telescope.
28. to ascertain the distance of.
29. to lay out (an anchor cable) so that the anchor may descend smoothly.
v.i.
30. to vary within certain limits: Prices range from $20 to $50.
31. to extend within extreme points of a scale: emotions ranging from smugness to despair.
32. to move around or through a region, as animals.
33. to roam or wander: talks ranging over a variety of subjects.
34. to extend in a certain direction: a boundary ranging from east and west.
35. to lie or extend in the same line or plane as another or others.
36. to extend or occur over an area or throughout a period, as an animal or plant.
37. to find the range of something aimed at or to be located.
Idioms:
in range, Naut. (of two or more objects observed from a vessel) located one directly behind the other.
[1350–1400; (n.) < Old French renge row]

range

(rānj)
1. The set of all values that a given function may have. Compare domain.
2. The difference between the smallest and largest values in a set of data. If the lowest test score of a group of students is 54 and the highest is 94, the range is 40.

range

1. The distance between any given point and an object or target.
2. Extent or distance limiting the operation or action of something, such as the range of an aircraft, ship, or gun.
3. The distance that can be covered over a hard surface by a ground vehicle, with its rated payload, using the fuel in its tank and its cans normally carried as part of the ground vehicle equipment.
4. Area equipped for practice in shooting at targets. In this meaning, also called target range.

Range

 a series of things; a row, line, or file.
Examples: range of beehives, 1836; of books, 1863; of buildings, 1618; of campfires, 1677; of cliffs, 1859; of colours; of emotions; of hunters; of islands, 1748; of ladies, 1760; of morasses, 1791; of mountains, 1705; of oars, 1652; of outbuildings; of ovens; of pillars, 1511; of piles; of pupils, 1847; of soldiers; of trees, 1695; of vases, 1786.

range


Past participle: ranged
Gerund: ranging

Imperative
range
range
Present
I range
you range
he/she/it ranges
we range
you range
they range
Preterite
I ranged
you ranged
he/she/it ranged
we ranged
you ranged
they ranged
Present Continuous
I am ranging
you are ranging
he/she/it is ranging
we are ranging
you are ranging
they are ranging
Present Perfect
I have ranged
you have ranged
he/she/it has ranged
we have ranged
you have ranged
they have ranged
Past Continuous
I was ranging
you were ranging
he/she/it was ranging
we were ranging
you were ranging
they were ranging
Past Perfect
I had ranged
you had ranged
he/she/it had ranged
we had ranged
you had ranged
they had ranged
Future
I will range
you will range
he/she/it will range
we will range
you will range
they will range
Future Perfect
I will have ranged
you will have ranged
he/she/it will have ranged
we will have ranged
you will have ranged
they will have ranged
Future Continuous
I will be ranging
you will be ranging
he/she/it will be ranging
we will be ranging
you will be ranging
they will be ranging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ranging
you have been ranging
he/she/it has been ranging
we have been ranging
you have been ranging
they have been ranging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ranging
you will have been ranging
he/she/it will have been ranging
we will have been ranging
you will have been ranging
they will have been ranging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ranging
you had been ranging
he/she/it had been ranging
we had been ranging
you had been ranging
they had been ranging
Conditional
I would range
you would range
he/she/it would range
we would range
you would range
they would range
Past Conditional
I would have ranged
you would have ranged
he/she/it would have ranged
we would have ranged
you would have ranged
they would have ranged

Range

1. A region used for livestock grazing.
2. Often used interchangeably with “cookstove,” but sometimes implying a large cookstove, and sometimes meaning a cookstove with a shelf or warming oven above the main stove surface.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.range - an area in which something acts or operates or has power or control: "the range of a supersonic jet"range - an area in which something acts or operates or has power or control: "the range of a supersonic jet"; "a piano has a greater range than the human voice"; "the ambit of municipal legislation"; "within the compass of this article"; "within the scope of an investigation"; "outside the reach of the law"; "in the political orbit of a world power"
extent - the distance or area or volume over which something extends; "the vast extent of the desert"; "an orchard of considerable extent"
approximate range, ballpark - near to the scope or range of something; "his answer wasn't even in the right ballpark"
confines - a bounded scope; "he stayed within the confines of the city"
contrast - the range of optical density and tone on a photographic negative or print (or the extent to which adjacent areas on a television screen differ in brightness)
internationality, internationalism - quality of being international in scope; "he applauded the internationality of scientific terminology"
latitude - scope for freedom of e.g. action or thought; freedom from restriction
purview, horizon, view - the range of interest or activity that can be anticipated; "It is beyond the horizon of present knowledge"
expanse, sweep - a wide scope; "the sweep of the plains"
gamut - a complete extent or range: "a face that expressed a gamut of emotions"
spectrum - a broad range of related objects or values or qualities or ideas or activities
palette, pallet - the range of colour characteristic of a particular artist or painting or school of art
2.range - the limits within which something can be effectiverange - the limits within which something can be effective; "range of motion"; "he was beyond the reach of their fire"
earreach, earshot, hearing - the range within which a voice can be heard; "the children were told to stay within earshot"
eyeshot, view - the range of the eye; "they were soon out of view"
limit - as far as something can go
rifle range, rifle shot - the distance that a rifle bullet will carry; "the target was out of rifle range"
3.range - a large tract of grassy open land on which livestock can graze; "they used to drive the cattle across the open range every spring"; "he dreamed of a home on the range"
home range, home territory - the area in which an animal normally ranges
4.range - a series of hills or mountainsrange - a series of hills or mountains; "the valley was between two ranges of hills"; "the plains lay just beyond the mountain range"
geological formation, formation - (geology) the geological features of the earth
massif - a block of the earth's crust bounded by faults and shifted to form peaks of a mountain range
mountain pass, notch, pass - the location in a range of mountains of a geological formation that is lower than the surrounding peaks; "we got through the pass before it started to snow"
5.range - a place for shooting (firing or driving) projectiles of various kinds; "the army maintains a missile range in the desert"; "any good golf club will have a range where you can practice"
facility, installation - a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry; "the assembly plant is an enormous facility"
practice range - a place for practicing golf shots
rifle range - a range where people can practice shooting rifles; "during the war they turned the bowling alleys into rifle ranges"
test range - a range for conducting tests
6.range - a variety of different things or activities; "he answered a range of questions"; "he was impressed by the range and diversity of the collection"
band - a range of frequencies between two limits
assortment, miscellanea, miscellany, mixed bag, motley, potpourri, salmagundi, smorgasbord, variety, mixture - a collection containing a variety of sorts of things; "a great assortment of cars was on display"; "he had a variety of disorders"; "a veritable smorgasbord of religions"
7.range - (mathematics) the set of values of the dependent variable for which a function is defined; "the image of f(x) = x^2 is the set of all non-negative real numbers if the domain of the function is the set of all real numbers"
math, mathematics, maths - a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
set - (mathematics) an abstract collection of numbers or symbols; "the set of prime numbers is infinite"
8.range - the limit of capability; "within the compass of education"
capableness, potentiality, capability - an aptitude that may be developed
ken, sight - the range of vision; "out of sight of land"
9.range - a kitchen appliance used for cooking foodrange - a kitchen appliance used for cooking food; "dinner was already on the stove"
charcoal burner - a stove that burns charcoal as fuel
cookstove - a stove for cooking (especially a wood- or coal-burning kitchen stove)
electric range - a kitchen range in which the heat for cooking is provided by electric power
gas cooker, gas range, gas stove - a range with gas rings and an oven for cooking with gas
grate, grating - a frame of iron bars to hold a fire
kitchen appliance - a home appliance used in preparing food
potbelly stove, potbelly - a bulbous stove in which wood or coal is burned
Primus stove, Primus - a portable paraffin cooking stove; used by campers
spirit stove - a stove that burns a volatile liquid fuel such as alcohol
Verb1.range - change or be different within limits; "Estimates for the losses in the earthquake range as high as $2 billion"; "Interest rates run from 5 to 10 percent"; "The instruments ranged from tuba to cymbals"; "My students range from very bright to dull"
be - have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun); "John is rich"; "This is not a good answer"
extend, run, lead, pass, go - stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point; "Service runs all the way to Cranbury"; "His knowledge doesn't go very far"; "My memory extends back to my fourth year of life"; "The facts extend beyond a consideration of her personal assets"
lead, run - cause something to pass or lead somewhere; "Run the wire behind the cabinet"
2.range - move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employmentrange - move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment; "The gypsies roamed the woods"; "roving vagabonds"; "the wandering Jew"; "The cattle roam across the prairie"; "the laborers drift from one town to the next"; "They rolled from town to town"
go, locomote, move, travel - change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically; "How fast does your new car go?"; "We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus"; "The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect"; "The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell"; "news travelled fast"
maunder - wander aimlessly
gad, gallivant, jazz around - wander aimlessly in search of pleasure
drift, err, stray - wander from a direct course or at random; "The child strayed from the path and her parents lost sight of her"; "don't drift from the set course"
wander - go via an indirect route or at no set pace; "After dinner, we wandered into town"
3.range - have a range; be capable of projecting over a certain distance, as of a gun; "This gun ranges over two miles"
carry - be conveyed over a certain distance; "Her voice carries very well in this big opera house"
4.range - range or extend over; occupy a certain area; "The plants straddle the entire state"
constitute, make up, comprise, be, represent - form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
spread-eagle - stretch over; "His residences spread-eagle the entire county"
5.range - lay out orderly or logically in a line or as if in a line; "lay out the clothes"; "lay out the arguments"
arrange, set up - put into a proper or systematic order; "arrange the books on the shelves in chronological order"
compart - lay out in parts according to a plan
6.range - feed as in a meadow or pasture; "the herd was grazing"
eat, feed - take in food; used of animals only; "This dog doesn't eat certain kinds of meat"; "What do whales eat?"
range - let eat; "range the animals in the prairie"
pasture, graze, crop - let feed in a field or pasture or meadow
7.range - let eat; "range the animals in the prairie"
feed, give - give food to; "Feed the starving children in India"; "don't give the child this tough meat"
graze, pasture, browse, crop, range - feed as in a meadow or pasture; "the herd was grazing"
8.range - assign a rank or rating to; "how would you rank these students?"; "The restaurant is rated highly in the food guide"
superordinate - place in a superior order or rank; "These two notions are superordinated to a third"
shortlist - put someone or something on a short list
seed - distribute (players or teams) so that outstanding teams or players will not meet in the early rounds
reorder - assign a new order to
subordinate - rank or order as less important or consider of less value; "Art is sometimes subordinated to Science in these schools"
prioritise, prioritize - assign a priority to; "we have too many things to do and must prioritize"
sequence - arrange in a sequence
downgrade - rate lower; lower in value or esteem
upgrade - rate higher; raise in value or esteem
pass judgment, evaluate, judge - form a critical opinion of; "I cannot judge some works of modern art"; "How do you evaluate this grant proposal?" "We shouldn't pass judgment on other people"

range

noun
1. series, variety, selection, assortment, lot, collection, gamut The two men discussed a range of issues.
2. limits, reach, distance, sweep, extent, pale, confines, parameters (informal), ambit The average age range is between 35 and 55.
3. scope, area, field, bounds, province, orbit, span, domain, compass, latitude, radius, amplitude, purview, sphere The trees on the mountain within my range of vision had all been felled.
4. series, line, row, file, rank, chain, string, sequence, tier the massive mountain ranges to the north
5. pasture, grass, paddock, grassland, grazing land, pastureland The job requires workers to attend herds on the range.
verb
1. vary, run, reach, extend, go, stretch, fluctuate offering merchandise ranging from the everyday to the esoteric
2. arrange, order, line up, sequence, array, dispose, draw up, align More than 1,500 police are ranged against them.
3. roam, explore, wander, rove, sweep, cruise, stroll, ramble, traverse, go walkabout (Austral.) They range widely in search of carrion.
4. group, class, file, rank, arrange, grade, catalogue, classify, bracket, categorize, pigeonhole The pots are all ranged in neat rows.

range

noun
1. The extent of one's perception, understanding, knowledge, or vision:
2. The ability or power to seize or attain:
3. An area within which something or someone exists, acts, or has influence or power:
4. Approximate size or amount:
Informal: neighborhood.
verb
1. To put into a deliberate order:
2. To place in or form a line or lines:
align, line (up).
3. To assign to a class or classes:
4. To change or fluctuate within limits:
5. To move about at random, especially over a wide area:
Translations
تَشْكيلَهسِلْسِلَةسِلْسِلَهمبلَغٌ يَتَراوَحمَدَى
být v rozmezídosahdostřelobor hodnotpásmo
rækkeviddeskydebanespændesvingeudvalg
muutumispiirkond
vaihdellavaihteluvälivuoristo
kretati se od dolanacopseg
hatótávolságkonyhai tûzhelylõtérsorba állítszabad legelõ
bithagi, afrétturdrægi, skotfærieldavélfjallgarîurleika á tilteknu bili
変化する山脈範囲
방목장범위변동하다
diapazonasganyklašaudyklaveikimo atstumas
amplitūdaaptvertdiapazonsganībasgrēda
byť v rozmedzídostrel
dometrazponverigavrsta
höjdsträckningräckviddsträcka (sig)värdemängd
ขอบเขตทิวเขามีหลากหลาย
arasında değişmekatış alanıçeşitçeşitlilik göstermekDeğer kümesi
dãyphạm vithay đổi giữa hai mức

range

[reɪndʒ]
A. N
1. [of mountains] → cadena f
a range of hillsuna cadena de colinas
a range of mountainsuna cadena montañosa or de montañas, una cordillera
the Absaroka Rangela cordillera Absaroka
see also mountain
2. (= extent) there is a wide range of ability in the classlos niveles de aptitud en la clase varían mucho
your weight is within the normal rangesu peso está dentro de lo normal
all this was beyond her range of experiencetodo esto estaba fuera de su campo de experiencia
the full range of his work is on viewse expone su obra en todo su ámbito
see also age, price C
3. (Mus) [of instrument, voice] → registro m
4. (= selection, variety)
4.1. (gen) → variedad f
there was a wide range of opinionshabía gran variedad de opinioneslas opiniones variaban mucho
a wide range of coloursuna amplia gama de colores
they come in a range of sizesvienen en varios or diversos tamaños
she has a wide range of intereststiene muchos y diversos intereses
there was a whole range of options open to usfrente a nosotros se abría un amplio abanico de posibilidades
4.2. (Comm) (= product line) → línea f; (= selection) → gama f, selección f
the new autumn rangela nueva línea de otoño
we stock a full range of winestenemos una selección or gama completa de vinos
see also product B
5. [of gun, missile] → alcance m; [of plane, ship] → autonomía f, radio m de acción; [of car] → autonomía f; [of transmitter] → radio m de acción
a gun with a range of three milesun cañón con un alcance de tres millas
within range (of sth/sb)a tiro (de algo/algn)
to come within range (of sth/sb)ponerse a tiro (de algo/algn)
out of range (of sth/sb)fuera del alcance (de algo/algn)
range of visioncampo m visual
6. (= distance from target) → distancia f
at close rangede cerca, a corta distancia
at long rangede lejos, a larga distancia
to find the/one's rangedeterminar la distancia a la que está el objetivo
7. (Bot, Zool) [of species] → (zona f de) distribución f
8. (esp US) (Agr) → pradera f, pampa f (S. Cone), llano m (esp Ven)
9. (for shooting) → campo m de tiro
see also rifle 2
10. (also kitchen range) → fogón m
B. VT
1. (= line up, place) (lit) → alinear
chairs were ranged against one walllas sillas estaban alineadas frente a una pared
ranged left/right [text] → alineado/a a la izquierda/derecha
most of the party is ranged against himla mayoría de los miembros del partido se ha alineado en contra suya
2. (liter) (= rove) [+ country] → recorrer
to range the seassurcar los mares
3. to range a gun on sth/sbapuntar un cañón a algo/algn
C. VI
1. (= extend) → extenderse
the search ranged over the whole countryse llevó a cabo la búsqueda por todo el país
the conversation ranged over many issuesla conversación abarcó muchos temas
his eye ranged over the horizonescudriñó el horizonte
see also wide-ranging
2. (= vary within limits) prices range from £3 to £9los precios varían de 3 a 9 libras, los precios oscilan entre las 3 y las 9 libras
the women ranged in age from 14 to 40la edad de las mujeres iba de los 14 a los 40 años or oscilaba entre los 14 y los 40 años
3. (= wander) hyenas range widely in search of carrionlas hienas recorren muchos lugares en busca de carroña
animals ranging through the jungleanimales vagando por or merodeando por la jungla
4. (Bot) → darse (Zool) → distribuirse
5. [gun] it ranges over 300 milestiene un alcance de trescientas millas

range

[ˈreɪndʒ]
n
(= distance covered) [missile, telescope] → portée f; [car, aircraft] → autonomie f
range of vision → champ m visuel
within range, in range → à portée
within firing range → à portée de tir
at close range → à distance rapprochée
out of range → hors de portée
(= limits) age range → tranche f d'âge
price range → gamme f de prix
Do you have anything else in this price range?
BUT Avez-vous autre chose dans ces prix?.Avez-vous autre chose dans cette gamme de prix?
(= variety) [colours, patterns] → gamme f; [issues, topics] → éventail m; [activities, facilities, options] → éventail m
a wide range of ages and backgrounds → un large éventail d'âges et de milieux
a range of subjects → un éventail de sujets
We study a range of subjects
BUT Nous étudions diverses matières.
There's a wide range of colours → Il y a une grande gamme de coloris.
[products] → gamme f
a wide range of → une large gamme de
a wide range of electrical goods → une large gamme de produits électriques
[mountains] → chaîne f
a mountain range → une chaîne de montagnes
the Great Dividing Range → la cordillère australienne
(also shooting range) (outdoor)champ m de tir; (indoor)stand m de tir
(also kitchen range) → fourneau m (de cuisine)
vt
(= place) → placer
ranged left [text] → justifié(e) à gauche
ranged right [text] → justifié(e) à droite
(= roam) → parcourir
vi
(= vary) to range from ... to ... → aller de ... à
Temperatures in summer range from 20 to 35 degrees → Les températures estivales vont de vingt à trente-cinq degrés.
Tickets range from £2 to £20 → Les billets vont de deux à vingt livres.
They range in price from 3 to 15 → Leur prix va de 3 à 15 livres.
ranging from .... to .... → allant de .... à ....
(= roam)
Hens ranged freely in the farmyard → Les poules parcouraient librement la cour de la ferme.
She ranged as far afield as Fairwarp and Maresfield → Elle était allée aussi loin que Fairwarp et Maresfield.
range across
vt fus
[+ area] → parcourir
Don't range across the whole of the city → Ne parcourez pas toute la ville.
Helicopters are already ranging across the jungle
BUT Des hélicoptères survolent déjà la jungle.
(= cover) [+ spectrum] → couvrir
His skills and tastes range across the musical spectrum → Ses compétences et ses goûts couvrent tout l'éventail musical.

range

n
(= scope, distance covered) (of missile, telescope)Reichweite f; (of gun)Reichweite f, → Schussweite f; (of vehicle)Fahrbereich m; (of plane)Flugbereich m; at a range ofauf eine Entfernung von; at close or short/long rangeauf kurze/große Entfernung; to find the range (Mil) → das Visier einstellen; to be out of rangeaußer Reichweite sein; (of telescope)außer Sichtweite sein; (of gun)außer Schussweite sein; within shouting rangein Hörweite; within (firing) rangein Schussweite; range of visionGesichtsfeld nt
(= spread, selection)Reihe f; (of goods)Sortiment nt, → Reihe f; (of colours)Skala f; (of patterns, sizes, models)Angebot nt, → Auswahl f (→ of an +dat); (of interest, abilities)Palette f; a wide rangeeine große Auswahl; in this price rangein dieser Preisklasse or Preislage; in this temperature rangein diesem Temperaturbereich; out of/within my price rangeaußerhalb/innerhalb meiner (finanziellen) Möglichkeiten or meiner Preisklasse; what sort of price range were you thinking of?an welche Preislage haben Sie gedacht?; a range of prices/temperatures/clientsunterschiedliche Preise pl/Temperaturen pl/Klienten pl; models available in a whole range of pricesModelle in unterschiedlichen Preislagen erhältlich; we have the whole range of models/priceswir führen sämtliche Modelle/Waren in allen Preislagen; we cater for the whole range of customerswir sind auf alle Kundenkreise eingestellt; his range of knowledge is very limitedsein Wissen ist sehr beschränkt
(Mus) (of instruments)(Ton)umfang m; (of voice)(Stimm)umfang m
(= domain, sphere)Kompetenz f; (of influence)(Einfluss)bereich m; this is outside the range of the department/the committeedies liegt außerhalb der Kompetenz dieser Abteilung/dieses Komitees; this is outside the range of his experiencedies liegt außerhalb seiner Erfahrung
(also shooting range) (Mil) → Schießplatz m; (= rifle range)Schießstand m; (at fair) → Schießbude f
(= cooking stove)Koch- or Küchenherd m
(= row)Reihe f; (= mountain range)Kette f
(US: = grazing land) → Freiland nt, → Weideland nt; range cattleFreilandvieh nt
vt
(= place in a row)aufstellen; objectsaufstellen, anordnen; they ranged themselves along the pavementsie stellten sich am Bürgersteig entlang auf; to range oneself with somebody (fig)sich auf jds Seite (acc)stellen
(= classify) personzählen (among, with zu)
(= roam over)durchstreifen, durchziehen; to range the seasdie Meere befahren
(= direct) gun, telescopeausrichten (→ on auf +acc)
(US) cattlegrasen lassen
(Comput) ranged left/rightlinks-/rechtsbündig
vi
(= extend) to range (from … to)gehen (von … bis); (temperature, value)liegen (zwischen … und); the discussion ranged from the president to the hot-water systemdie Diskussion umfasste alles, vom Präsidenten bis zum Heißwassersystem; his interests range from skiing to chessseine Interessen reichen vom Skifahren bis zum Schachspielen; the conversation ranged over a number of subjectsdie Unterhaltung kreiste um eine ganze Reihe von Themen; his knowledge ranges over a wide fielder hat ein sehr umfangreiches Wissen; the search ranged over the whole countrydie Suche erstreckte sich auf das ganze Land
(= roam)streifen; to range over the areaim Gebiet umherstreifen

range

[reɪndʒ]
1. n
a. (distance attainable, scope, of gun, missile) → portata, gittata; (of ship, plane) → autonomia
within (firing) range → a portata (di tiro)
out of (firing) range → fuori portata (di tiro)
at short/long range → a breve/lunga distanza
range of vision → campo visivo
b. (extent between limits, of temperature) → variazioni fpl; (of salaries, prices) → scala (Mus) (of instruments, voice) → gamma, estensione f; (selection, of colours, feelings, speeds) → gamma; (of goods) → assortimento, gamma; (domain, sphere) → raggio, sfera
the range of sb's mind → le capacità mentali di qn
she has a wide range of interests → ha interessi molto vari
price range → gamma di prezzi
do you have anything else in this price range? → ha nient'altro più o meno a questo prezzo?
c. (row) → serie f inv, fila; (of mountains) → catena
d. (Am) (Agr) → prateria
e. (also shooting range) (in open) → poligono di tiro; (at fair) → tiro a segno
f. (also kitchen range) → cucina economica
2. vt (arrange, place) → disporre, allineare
ranged left/right (text) → allineato/a a destra/sinistra
3. vi
a. (mountains, discussion, search) → estendersi; (numbers, opinions, results) → variare
the discussion ranged over a wide number of topics → la discussione ha toccato vari argomenti
b. (roam) to range overvagare per
to range from ...to → andare da... a

range

(reindʒ) noun
1. a selection or variety. a wide range of books for sale; He has a very wide range of interests.
2. the distance over which an object can be sent or thrown, sound can be heard etc. What is the range of this missile?; We are within range of / beyond the range of / out of range of their guns.
3. the amount between certain limits. I'm hoping for a salary within the range $30,000 to $34,000; the range of a person's voice between his highest and lowest notes.
4. a row or series. a mountain range.
5. in the United States, land, usually without fences, on which cattle etc can graze.
6. a place where a person can practise shooting etc; a rifle-range.
7. a large kitchen stove with a flat top.
verb
1. to put in a row or rows. The two armies were ranged on opposite sides of the valley.
2. to vary between certain limits. Weather conditions here range between bad and dreadful / from bad to dreadful.
3. to go, move, extend etc. His talk ranged over a number of topics.
ˈranger noun
1. a person who looks after a forest or park.
2. (American) a soldier who is a member of a specially trained force; a commando.

range

سِلْسِلَة, مَدَى, يَتَرَاوَحُ pásmo, pohybovat se mezi, rozsah bjergkæde, rækkevidde, spænde Bergkette, reichen, Reichweite εμβέλεια, κυμαίνομαι, οροσειρά abarcar, ámbito, cadena, cordillera vaihdella, vaihteluväli, vuoristo chaîne, gamme, varier kretati se od do, lanac, opseg catena, estendersi, gamma 変化する, 山脈, 範囲 방목장, 범위, 변동하다 bereik, keten, uitstrekken (zich) rekkevidde, spennvidde, variere pasmo, zasięg, znaleźć się w zasięgu cadeia, limite, variar dentro de um limite выстраивать в ряд, гряда, диапазон höjdsträckning, räckvidd, sträcka (sig) ขอบเขต, ทิวเขา, มีหลากหลาย çeşitlilik göstermek, sınır, sıradağ dãy, phạm vi, thay đổi giữa hai mức 射程, 山脉, 排列

range

n. escala de diferenciación, amplitud, margen;
___ of motionamplitud de movimiento;
___ of colorsgama de colores;
___ of visioncampo visual.

range

n rango; in normal — en rango normal; — of motion rango de movimiento; — of values rango de valores
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